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Leadership in uncertain times – learning to lead from the emerging future
As we experience the continuing uncertainty of a world in constant motion, it is time to take an unashamedly hopeful look at leadership. Matters keeping us busy right now, such as the pandemic and the demands of climate change, are wide-ranging and complex.

Becoming an effective leader in an uncertain world means developing the ability to keep an eye on the emerging future. Managers must learn from the leading edge of the here and now within their organisation, networks, and industry to help them to engage with the path ahead.

Our panellists will be exploring how managers can practically achieve this on a day-to-basis from a complexity and leadership perspective. Expect a lively conversation as Bernd Vogel poses some challenging questions, such as: Are some common leadership habits past their sell-by date, or only suitable for niche situations? How can busy managers keep an eye on the emerging future?

Hosted by De Gruyter, in partnership with Henley Centre for Leadership and The Henley Forum at Henley Business School.

Moderated by:
- Professor Bernd Vogel (Director of the Henley Centre for Leadership, Henley Business School)

Our panellists:
- Dr. Jean Boulton, Leading authority on complexity theory and its implications for the social world
- Ian Rodwell, Head of Client Knowledge and Learning at Linklaters LLP
- Dr. Sharon Varney, Author of ‘Leadership in Complexity and Change’, Consultant at space for learning ltd, Director of The Henley Forum

Learn more about the series "De Gruyter Transformative Thinking and Practice of Leadership and Its Development": https://www.degruyter.com/serial/dgtl-b/html

Duration: 60 min
Please note the time zone: 4pm GMT / 5pm CET / 11am EST

This event will be recorded and made available on De Gruyter's YouTube channel. Even if you can't make it to the event, sign up to get the recording afterwards!

Mar 1, 2022 04:00 PM in London

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